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OVHcloud and Atos Set-Up Public Cloud to offer 100% European [...]


OVHcloud and Atos Set-Up Public Cloud to offer 100% European Cloud Platform


ovhcloud.com logoNovember 25, 2021 - OVHcloud in joint cooperation with Atos will create a public cloud solution that will be deployed in Atos' data centers in France to provide a 100 percent European cloud platform.
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